Ribera del Duero

Nebro 2009

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This is one of the Ribera del Duero’s revelations of recent years. The bodega, bordering the most renowned properties in the region, is located on the famous “Golden Mile” where the road cuts through names that dazzle on wine lists around the world. This is where the Finca...
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Terreus 2009

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Mariano Garcia, creator of the Mauro family bodega (named after his father), is one of the most well known and respected winemaking figures in Spain as he was a member of the Vega Sicilia technical team for over thirty years. In 1978 he combined his work in Valbuena de Duero...
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Pago Valdebellón 2010

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Located in the famous “Golden Mile”, the Abadía Retuerta estate covers just over 700 hectares of woods and vineyards, watered by the river Douro, near the village of Sardon de Duero. Since 1996 the estate has been a hotel and bodega producing red wines that are not part of the...
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Viña Pedrosa was founded in 1980 by three brothers descended from the Pérez Pascuas. They cultivate about 135 hectares of owned vineyards, of which over 90% are planted with the Tinta Fina grape variety and the rest with Cabernet Sauvignon. This model bodega with a family...
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Much has happened since José María Ruiz, a restless young man from Segovia, represented Spain in the First International Sommeliers Competition in Milan, which was where his desire to launch his own eatery was first born and was years later followed by an aspiration to create...
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Aalto PS 2010

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Bodegas Aalto was officially created in 1998 by Mariano García and Javier Zacagnini, both linked for decades to Castilla Leon wines. From its first vintage, which was immediately and positively received by the public and international critics, Aalto has revolutionized the...
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Pesus 2009

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Although they have been settled for more than fifty years in La Horra, Burgos province, the Sastres did not get set up as a winery until the beginning of the 1990s when Severiano Sastre’s son, Rafael, founded the winery as we know it today based on a specific philosophy: to...
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